Cryptocurrencies outperformed gold and bonds in terms of investment attractiveness. This is reported by RNS with reference to the report of Knight Frank under the name The Wealth Report 2018.
Over the year, cryptocurrencies as an investment instrument increased by 16%. At the same time, gold amounted to 15%, and bonds – 6%. Investments in shares of non-public companies increased by 39%, while cash and luxury items increased by 29%.
In 2017, private and institutional investors were most interested in stocks and real estate. Then the growth of these categories was 52% and 40% respectively.
According to a December poll of the LendEDU block-start, most American crypto investors were confident that 2018 will bring even more tangible returns on invested capital.